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Leeds United fans on their way home after a match at Elland Road. This photograph isn’t dated, but looking at similar photographs of the area, it was probably taken in the early 1950s. Image: © Leeds United Football Club
This shirt badge dates from 1956 and shows how the Leeds City crest was used in the design, even down to the motto ‘pro rege et lege’ meaning ‘for the king and the law’. This particular badge was removed from a shirt by an over-enthusiastic fan who later returned the badge to Leeds United. It is particularly special because it was damaged from the Elland Road fire of 1956. Image: © Leeds United Football Club
Leeds United Official Handbook from 1970 – 1971 season. Note the use of the Leeds City crest on the front, which was used as the team badge for a while. Image: © Leeds United Football Club
Group photograph of Leeds United Football Team taken on 29th June 1965. In the front row at the centre is manager Don Revie, who is widely regarded as the best manager the team has ever had. Image © West Yorkshire Archive Service.
Leeds United team in 1990 wearing tracksuits in the blue and yellow colourway. The early 90s were a successful time for the team, and in 1992 Leeds won their third League trophy. Image: © Varley Picture Agency
The 1969 - 1970 season Leeds United Mens team, featuring Albert Johanneson. A firm favourite with both the club and the fans, Albert suffered from racism on the pitch and had a troubled personal life. Image © Football League Review
Members of the 1956 Leeds United Team inspecting the West Stand, which was completely destroyed by fire. Image: © Leeds United Football Club.
Don Revie manager of Leeds United holding aloft the FA Cup in 1972 after the team beat rivals Arsenal 1-0 in the cup final. He is embracing the captain, Billy Bremner. Image: © Varley Picture Agency.